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Woman faces methamphetamine charges
Jessica Ann Jernigan

A 20-year-old woman faces methamphetamine manufacturing and other charges after Statesboro police said they investigated a drug complaint.
    At about 6:45 p.m. Saturday, Cpl. Andrew Samples and Advanced Patrol Officer Sebastian Colquitt of the Statesboro Police Department responded to St. James Apartments on Lanier Drive in reference to a drug complaint, Public Safety Director Wendell Turner said in a news release issued Monday.
    After further investigation, Samples located a quantity of suspected meth and the components of a meth lab. Detective Sgt. Patrick  Harrelson of the police department’s Crime Suppression Unit and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Emergency Unit responded and processed the scene.
    Jessica Ann Jernigan, of Lanier Drive, was charged with several drug-related offenses.

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